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Keep it simple. This is seldom the outcome of any serious coding project. We start with simple and end with complicated. The reasons for this are simple. We continue to find new and better ways to do things.
Git is no exception. Version 2.36 was just released and, of course, it contains bug fixes and a number of new "nice to have" features. Many IDEs include version control as one of their many feature attributes, although I prefer using the command line when and where possible. GUI version control applications will inevitably evolve as a result.
Sometimes, the easier things get, the more complicated they become - if only to let us do more with less. That's not always a bad thing.
Upgrading to the latest version of git is still that easy!